Oscar Key Sung – All I Could Do


The magic of Melbourne’s Oscar Key Sung isn’t tangible, but it’s very real indeed.

Almost too perfect to be genuine, his latest track, All I Could Do evolves from loops and sounds into full blown mega-song proportions; something inherently missing from beat production. Not that that’s a bad thing (we dig our beats more than anything), but when outstanding production is married with outstanding vocals and lyrics, the relationship between the elements transform from ‘track’ to  ‘song’ and in this case the results are, well pretty mind-blowing.

All I Could Do is a love song, a dance anthem, a summer tune. It sums up a generation of bedroom producers, soul vocalists and future thinking beat makers.

‘I believe in us, I believe in this.’ says Oscar. We do. We definitely do!


2 Responses to “Oscar Key Sung – All I Could Do”

  1. […] five-piece disco/funk/yacht rock band from Melbourne luminary label Two Bright Lakes (Collarbones, Oscar Key Sung, Banoffee, The Harpoons, Sui Zhen, the list goes on), have been one of the best live Aussie acts […]

  2. […] of Oscar + Martin, he’s produced for Banofee and Ghostpoet, and has made some fucking good dance tracks, raising the benchmark for bedroom producers. Oscar Key Sung is a name to watch this […]

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